What Is a Whoodle? | Everything You Need to Know

The Whoodle combines the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier and Poodle breeds to create a unique dog with lots of unique aliases.

The Whoodle is also known as the Sweatenpoo, the Wheatendoodle, the Wheatenpoo, or the Sweatendoodle.


Whoodles do look surprisingly muscular, despite not being a dog known for its bulk. They have strong back legs, too, which accounts for all that running and jumping.


Whoodles learn tricks quite easily. They are best paired with families and owners who like to be active – either walking often or playing games.  

Play and Human Company

Whoodles need to be around people and be almost constantly occupied for good mental health. They are not the kinds of dogs you can leave alone for long periods of time.

Whoodle Health

On the whole, Whoodles are perfectly healthy dogs, living 12-15 years, with the breed showing no inherent illnesses or defects.

Space and Home Requirements

Although a Whoodle requires a decent amount of exercise (a mile a day of walking is ideal), it is perfectly happy to live in an apartment, provided it does get walkies time.  

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